Balanced Diet

Karishma Mishra
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What Is Balanced Diet And It's Importance ?

The importance of nutrition and a balanced diet

Nutrition is vital for your body and all of its systems to function properly, by having good nutrition it will help you maintain a healthy weight, reduce body fat, provide your body with energy, promote good sleep and generally make you feel better.

Benefits Of Having Balanced Diet .

A well-balanced diet provides important vitaminsminerals, and nutrients to keep the body and mind strong and healthy. Eating well can also help ward off numerous diseases and health complications, as well as help maintain a healthy body weight, provide energy, allow better sleep, and improve brain function.

 

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What Should You Really Eat ?

When it comes to your diet, the most current advice is perhaps the kind that begins with 'eat less' or 'restrict fat'. I've never been convinced and I'm not alone. Most of us may feel overwhelmed with conflicting nutrition and diet opinions but I've learnt that deprivation is not the solution, creating a balance is. It is essential to get the right type and amount of foods to support a healthy lifestyle. What is a balanced diet? A diet that focuses on providing all the nutrients that your body needs. It comprises of macronutrients like protein, carbohydrates and fat along with micronutrients which include vitamins and minerals. Each of them has a different role to play in maintaining various body functions.

Your meal would be incomplete without fiber - both soluble and insoluble

10 Fiber Rich Food  You Should Be Eating Everyday

1. Beans

2. Broccoli

3. Berries

4. Popcorn

5. Avocado

6. Whole Grains

7. Apple

8. Potato

9. Nuts

10. Dried Fruits

According to the Institute of Medicine, it is recommended that, in adults 50 or younger, women should consume 25 grams of fiber daily and men 38 grams. In adults 51 or older, women should consume 21 grams of fiber daily and men 30 grams.

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